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Widerøe Airlines, official website " Headquarters Archived." Widerøe. All investigations have concluded that the crash resulted from a structural failure of the aircraft's tail caused by severe clear-air turbulence.As of 2012, Widerøe is the first and only airline in the world to operate every single variant of the Dash 8 simultaneously, and is one of the few airlines to ever operate all variants of the Dash 8, as well as the older DHC-6. «Fokker 50 in Wideroe history» (engelsk). Widerøe's Flyveselskap AS, trading as, widerøe, is the largest regional airline operating in the, nordic countries. Accident Investigation Board Norway. Bodø, although it retains a large administrative center. For other uses, see. 5 In 1948, the company merged with Narvik-based Polarfly, and changed its name to Widerøe's Flyveselskap Polarfly A/S. From Bergen and Stavanger, Widerøe serves Aberdeen Airport le toy van dukkehus and from Stavanger Newcastle Airport. 17 Incidents and accidents edit On, a Douglas DC-3 caught fire before takeoff at Oslo Airport, Fornebu.
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